Newspaper Page Text
BVENIrffl rtlH.LKTIN, HONOLULU II, T TJiljJllJAV, MAMli , 11
Oceanic Steamship Company.
n steamers of this line will trrlre and leave thin port as hereunderi
FllOM BAN FUANC18CO,
SONOMA Apr. 2
MAItll'OSA Apr. JS
VKNTUHA Apr. 23
MAItll'OSA May 4
BinitltA May 18
MAItll'OSA May 25
SONOMA Juno 4
In connection with the tailing of the above steamers the agents ire pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
tTork by any steamship line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AOENTS OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. ss Toyo Risen Kaisba
.... llaaasara al Ua abort covaaalaa will call at Hoaalula asl laava tkla tart oa af aaaat raa
For Japan and China:
ror taaaral laforautloa pair to
H. Hackfeld &
Canadiaa - Australian Royal Hail Steamship Company.
aarsua..n ol tka abata Ilna. raaarar la tauactlaa win tta CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
M,wt!,.X!c!,K,,1.9i,,.??4.,5!r.d.MI,,N,8-w" ana calllai al Victoria. D. C, Hoaolala ao4 Bil.baa.
"iHIIE AT lIONULtlia; oa or akoal tta fataa baiaar atatad via i . ainiw
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C,
.. July 6
. aWTkrooth Icktta liiatl Iroa Honolulu lo Canada, Ualtai Stataa aal Earoia. For Holabt aai
Paaaaga aaa al oaral laromatlon. apply to
Thco. H. Da vies & Co., LtdGcnM Aftcnte.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK. PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S CALIFORNIAN. G.oootons, to sail early In April
.S OREGONIAN, 6,ooo tons, tosall
"S S AMERICAN, 6,ooo tons, tr sill
S.S.HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, tosall
Freight received at company's wharf. 41 Street, South Brooklln.at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
115 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. I Montgomery St.. San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. Si T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Oo.
From and After January 1. 1849,
TATION9. Dallr Dall
lOatwara') aa.Sua. 1ally al Sua
4T J JO
am. naa. AM.
Dally Dally Dally
AM. P.M. PM.
oaiolola a w
.. a jo
not 4 Jt
I, C. Hmitd, Qon'l Paw. A Ticket
O. P.JJhmibon, Haperlntendnnt
Wilder's Steamsbip Company
TOR ISLAND POUTS
Uancral Manager ol
Tb EqaUabU Life Auaunci Socitv
01 th rjnlted Status for Iba Uiuilllf
Ontoai Merchant itrMi, Uov
FOIl SAN FIIANCIBCO.
MAItll'OSA Mch 27
VHNTl'HA Apr 2
MAItll'OSA Apr 17
BinitltA Apr. 2S
MAItll'OSA May 8
SONOMA May 14
MAItll'OSA May 29
VKNTUHA June 4
For San Francisco:
China . .,
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
Foi Victoria aad Vaacouvtr (B. C )
o'll April to
M?na May I
Mlowtra jun, ,
Aorangl July i
Bear and Wine Dealers.
HAS A FI.SL LINE OF
Wlnee. Liquors, Btc.
FOR SALE BY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE
J. K. IVlerseburg.
IktrOBTERB, AND WH0LBBAI.il
Wine ana Lipr Dealer.
Af Mil lor Ina Bottla Raroltr Bur ol taatlla
NO. 19 NUDAND EJTHKBT
Foilar Block, Honolulu. Hawaiian liuaoa
P. O Boa 1 Mutual Taltpkoaa yj
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Comer Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
The Mint Saloon
WM. CUNNINGHAM, Prop.
On Nuuanu St., opposite Chaplain Lane
If a fine drink of anything there
Is In the city Is wanted, the
Mint Is the place to go.
A beer garden, a fine reading
room, anu a spacious ana airy
bar room are just a tew
of the attractions.
J. H. McDonough Is the man
ager. His assistants are W.
nuarv. Bonnie Lemon
and Wally Davis.
If vou call once, yoj will call
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
LANGL INVOICE OF.
IN DRAUGHT AND HOTTIL
It has'nt come to stay ; It's golnij
fast, hut there's moro com
ing every month.
"" L. II." DEE, Prop.
ATTACK IN 1
Two Hundred Marines
Help Capture the
WERE ALLIES OF THE
ENaLjsirroR hie day
P. C. Von Buskirk Tells How a
Small Band of Sailois Rout
ed a Chinese Army
P. C Van llusklrk a veteran of the
Mexican wnr a soldier tear three )ears
In the Confederate nrni) nml n mcinlHr
nt n ileum or more apeclal cruises of
the Aincrhan Nay. la ono of llono
lulira quiet visitor lie tells n in oat
Interesting story of tlic first nppcar
nnco of thn American Hag nt the head
of n hostile band of blue conteil ma
rines in April. 1833 Then, ns In the
recent International lin.islon of thn
Chinese capital the American Hag wns
wned side li) alilii ttlth the I'nlon
It ttna while the great Tnl I'lng re
bellion was at Its height nml the elis
or Shanghai, held by .',000 relicts was
hi sieged li 20,000 Imperial troops
At Shanghai during this rebolllon.
tho Chinese gc)ornni"tit had set aside
certain grounds the consuls of the
United States. Hnglaml and Trance
This was neutral soil. olisereil liy lioth
tho Imperial and tlm rebel fones.
Ilegiilnr picket lines nml sentries, how
oxer, cro kept on guard by tho Con
sulates. An encampment of 7U0Q Im
perialist besiegers wero fortified near
thn line of tho American Consulate.
All would han been well with the
foreigners but for n little Incident
which wnR taken by them as the
gauntlet of battle
An Hngllsb gentleman with his wife
was walking nhrond when they were
nssaultcd by Imperial soldi) rs and bad
ly battered In the encounter.
With characteristic sang frold. tho
Hngllsh nnd Amcrlcnni decided Hint
tho Chinese should bo iiunlshed They
forthwith demanded of the Chlneso
Taou Tnl that tho guilty aoMlerx
should bo arrested nnd punished Tho
reply was that It wn impossible to
comply When thn Unit dvmnnd was
refuse il. a setond wns sent command
ing tho Chlneso general to reiiune his
7000 troops nt onco or ho would bo
nuned upon by tho American and V.n
To this exhibition ot nerve, tho Chl
neso general deigned no reply.
Tho sloop of war. PI mouth, was In
the harbor. Sho was ono of Commo
dore Pcrr'B squadron, despatched with
n, special mission by President Frank
lin Pierce to the Kmperor of Japan.
Two Ilritlah nnnl boats wero also In
tho harbor From these wero landed a
force of GOO marines n'ld sailors at 9
o'clock on the mornliii; of n bright day
Tho entrenched Chinese army was
notified that the nssault would begin
"During the Intervening threo
hours," said .Mr. Van Dunkirk, "thn
surrounding hills nnd Knolls wero cov
ered with thousands of noncnmbat.inta
from Shanghai who hid comn out to
witness the piece of Anglo-Saxon folly
A force of several hundred men from
tho rebels, within tho city, came out
nnd wanted to Join lis. 'I be) wero
strictly enjoined to refrain from hostil
ities "It fell to the force of 200 men from
tho Plymouth to make tho froutnl at
tack, while tho 100 llrltlsh marines
made a flanking movement to the rear
of the Chlneso entrenchments.
"We attacked with howitzers, fluid
guns and old fashioned muskets Tho
Chinese trained on us hundreds of Jun
gals. The Jungal wan a largo gun,
mounted on a tripod, each requiring
threo men to handle. It was n smooth
boro plcco nnd carried a 12-ounio ball.
It was u terrific executioner, when
charged with small shot and fired at
"We inhumed upon tho forts at tho
appointed hour, going with a run and
cheering tho flag which waB borne well
to the front I was a ouug fellow,
nnd as I had bc.itiu the drum with
General Scott In Mexbo 1 wns detailed
to beat Inspiration for the boys at thn
Shanghai nssault M drum was of no
iim! In the ibnrge. I was as big a llt
tle coward as there rver was but I
got credit for a little hrnveiy. Tho as
sault led down u lohg hill. As wo
started I unconsciously dropped Into
tho musicians' plate at tho rear Thp
Jungals wero shooting high nml I real
ized that as driimmc.' boy, I wiia tho
llkllest mnrk In tho company A man
fell In front of me I threw away my
drum, secured his musket nnd cart
ridge box and rushed forward Into tho
fighting line T ho shot was llylng fast
and the bugler rang out thn order to
dcplo) In falling Into thut movement,
one of (mi men. In his excitement shot
nrni) his mini iid Ho honowed mine
and tinned to deliber.itoly walk off with
It I levelled in) gun at his head and
he willlngl) it-turned the most necca
sai) part of my equipment
"We fought hind for moro than an
.'iViMMm'iiii'iirVs c u re
! GEL-SLUR'S morning
I MM)K I headaches
I tfAFERS 1 dressing.
i:W.,.,W.,.W.I.,.V.,)i,. to eauu ll CnKK-r
ilimif hti m ID Ihf ttMtknr the
altackitig pHr nt ihe itftliah li a
nhly a re tnlrittiea nfirt 1 1, la thai ibo
Jfliftil rmiitirt (if Ida ( I, I net, .nil t c
trral tHiihH tin wrrr a gin)
band at (hat immurr
We lisad eaptHri-rl the fort ami 1 t
I bur thlrti-di ihmi
Ult'h WO hurt pl)MHlrltl nt A
(forts we hlreil over a thmtmiwl flu
I hfe eolli- to 'trar thtn ilown
, tnade ih) effort to twrtw thn retrearrrs
iM our nnty abject waa to make the
! nrni) go Intn earnp farther from (no
I eonattlate "
Mr Van lluaklrk my he has nc-r
'seen nn printed ni.mtnts of Hi. na
1 Mull on the Rhanihal forts outslitr nf
I dlplomallc corresponilrt re p i ,cr
I tntn ton that the expedition was IM
1 first that ever moved ngalnst chines
Foldlrrs nn Chlneae suit under the m
Instruments tiled for recn-J Mar it, 1001.
Pirst Panv SeconJ Party Cla
W K Hu'chion A K llutclilvin I)
Wallulo. Sugar Co J P Sllva IJ
JPSIIva JdoKego U
HWino.ielal A Wanliiehookie I)
J II Nulet al Ah Ml I
I'lc .Milliul etal U
K.inulu M.ihoe IJ
IIHPaoi JvtVlvaslr I
A K Mlrandi et al W Alila Ir D
C K C Itooke II Cartvv right I)
" " I)
Look bee hus Yee Wo I
Instrumtnts filed for reco'd Mar 26, itjoi.
I i't t.irty Second Pattv Class
Ah Ilin Lam Sam Chin S
J i Witson and vvf Mrs M stjeker I)
At K Stacker & hus I irst Am. siv Ings -
& T Co of II Ltd At
P Mubiendorf Tretal J r Schneider IJ
S I Shnelder C Notley Sr Al
W.ilklkl 1. V L A Ltd P n Pond D
l'A AondcV vv' C Notley Sr At
TAlasuda T Ozawa Al.
W Kamina Ataiama et al I.
KLCOKpl D.MAKC'I 20, 1901.
I: V G I odd to Olaa Sugar Co Ltd, L,
Sept 8, loco; right of way for flume over
lot 11, Kaumana Hilo, Hawaii f I, for 40
yrs. iiooU 319, page 200.
RI-CORDED MARCH 11, 1001.
Al Vlelri to J Vlelra and'wlfe, Hel, Mir
5, looi; por It P 1542. Hilo, Hawaii.
1 200. Hoik 204, pigc iio.
WAlcChesney to A Schimmer, IJ, Atir
20, 1001; por lets 30 & 28, K P -654, K.t
lhi, Honolulu, Oat 11. I1475. Hook 217,
Hivashida Co to Laupahoehoe Sugir
Co. Agreement, Alar 7, 1001, to plint cine
at Walpumlel, N Hilo. Hajvali. Hook
212, page 47,
Hav.15.hlJa Co to Laupahoehoe Sugr
Co, C Al, Alar 7, iqoi; cine planting agrmt
Walpunalel, N Hilo. Hawaii. 51585 8?.
at 7 per cent Hook 221, page, ijo.
At II K Lazirus et ai to You Kwong, L,
I'ebo, lyoii apana 5, R P 8j2C, Kalnvvali
Honolulu. Oahu. 5 yrs from April 16, iqoi,
at iqo. Book 118, page 139.
Nlnli (w) to Lau Yuen, L. Atar 6, iooij
por l P sfxji kul 7597: por K P 8o2j, ku
504J, Walklkl Honolulu, Oahu. 10 vrs
Iron Nov 15, 1000, at 550. Hook 2iK,
HT. Marsh to G A .Martin. D, Atari j,
tool; Int. in granr (V4, Punchbowl Slope,
H onolulu, Oahu . J I . Book 2 1 7, pjg,
A AlcWaynetoG A Martin, D, .Mirij,
iqoi; grant jficxj, Punchow I Slope, Hono.
lulu, Oahu. J 2 500. Hook 217, page 4:,
G A .Martin and w ife to Ida E Lamb.
At, AUr ij, 1931; grant 16:14, Hackfeld St.
Honolulu. Oahu. J1S00, j yrs at 8 per
cent. Book 231. page 13).
K Nahoi to H Aea, I), Atir ao, 1001; Int
In R P 6567, kul 9C9). Keauhou, N Kona,
Hawaii. 5i. Hook 217. p ge 424.
Kekolnl to S Keaninl. D. Sept 14, 1887;
piece land Kapuukolo, Hon (lulu, (Jahu.
J20. Hook 217. page 426.
S K Kane and wife to A Enos, IJ, Alar
21, 1901, por grant 161, ,Miuo.i, Honolulu,
Oahu. J400. Hook 217, pige 425.
A AtcWayne to II T .Marsh Hel M ir 10,
lOU crint 3604, pjnchbowl hlope, Hono
lulu, Oahu. 52000 Book 187, pige 335.
KLCORUliD MARCH 22, iqoi.
B I. Ulllingham to S K Kal.una, Rel.
.Mar 19. lijoi; for apana 2, R P 1967, kul
3147. Kaiknpja. Honolulu, Oahu. 52:00
Hook 170, page 86.
Cll HI I Ina to N Brelum, Covemnt,
.Mar u, 1900; to first pay 12500, and then
let out por Kapena Premises Nuuanu St,
Honolulu, O ilit. Book 212, page 480.
S K Kalama to Estate of II P Blshor,
.M.Feb 28, 1001; por apana 26, kul 9971;
por apana 2. R P 1987, kul 3147. Vineyard
Street, Honolulu, Oahu. 51800, 3 yrs at
7 per cent. Hook 220, page 76.
J W Jones and vv Ife to W C Wilder Jr.
D, Ala- si. 1901; por lot 375. grant 3528,
NuiaoKauua, Honolulu, Ualiu. 51. Hook
2i P'Ke 72.
JWKellikoa&wftollawallTerrlto y f
by Supt Pub Works, I J. Atir 1, 1901; por
kui 0524 Neaunoii 1, IN Kona, Hawaii.
5io. Hook 316, page 482
Pur the CoiiNt.
The following passcngi ra nro book
cd to sail tomonow on Muriposa
V It Douglas Mrs S T Aluxan
dur, Allsa Nnylor, Mis John Water
house, Mrs l'oud and daughter, J II
Ilulbxk, C i: StaiTord, Miss A. Mills,
A W Wilson nnd wife Mrs
Robinson, W 8 Miller uud vvlfu,
11 8. Hull nnd wife, . I M lingtmikir
anil wife, Mlus htovnr, Mrs J It. Cly.
mer. Miss Sturgeon, J r Calif Win.
Morris, 8 Henry and wife, Jos II
drey nnd wife. Mrs II A lllood, MIbs
(liny, Miss Tnft, Mr I'liem nml wife,
II. H. Tnft, W. A Cowley, K ,f.
Walsh. Miss i: Miilfunte. Mrs. V. Oruf,
Mrs II (!iillt, T. M Kt.irkey MIsh
I'inek, Miss A Kessler, Mrs II Hem
ming, Mrs W Mn)s, J II Agnsslz,
Mrs l: Ilntteniourt, A llnaiidn ami
wlfn W N Peterhon mid wlfn, l.owls
Monison uud wlfo, I' llehiscn and
wife, Miss llozettn Miss Howe Miss
Armsli), Mrs Cousins, Mis Clench,
H 1' Cousins, I (lerson, Mrs llobln
son, Mr Mouls Mis (! II riandurs,
Miss M I. rinudiiH, Mis l CiiusIiis
Mrs Maun II Morilsou nnd wife,
Mm I'unt 1 11, wife mid rhlhl, James
l.lo)d nml wife 1. I Hurdle 1 I. I'
Stone Mis K J lludle) mid child,
I. lloiideison, Mr Arpeu Mr Hindi
Mr HchIIi U, C Moiitnlnii, C Monro, V
aunlin.il l.atlirnp, (' A llrnwn and
wlfo Miss C W. Handera A S Can
tin, C K Murru), Mnik Itoblnson, I)r
Wngiinr, P. II, Wagner, A. 11. Moroy
W HTOMACII &
A Healthy Stomach
makes pure blood, vlgorni'snerves-aMrnnR
lwd llotetter's Moun li Hlttera
trengtliens vveakstomatba Anoccational
doe will keep the bowe'a active Taken
regulariv. It will cure indlgetlon. ontl
p.itlon. dvspepsla, bib"uaes, undlve
liver .ir kldnevs, malaria fever and ague
It wit iure ion See tint a Prlwite
Itcvcouc Ktiinii covers the neck of the
It lias no
Forty-first Annual Statement
The Germania Life Ins. Co.
OP MiW YOUK
TOM Till MAI INDINCi DICLMUIk
Bonds nnd Mortgage on
Ileal Hstale . ..tt4.2UG.OC2.43
Domestic nnd I'orcign
State, Clt) . Itallroad and
other Bonds owned. Mar
Ileal Hstale owned, Includ
ing Olltce Buildings fn
tho United Suites and
Cash deposited In Hanks .
Cash on hand and In trn.inlt
(since received) 172.017.15
Loans on Policies In force 1.390,20? GO
Net or Invested Assets De
cember 31st 1900 $2';.r.7l,Ul3 CO
Interest nnd Kcnla duo nnd
nccrued 315.202 01
Balance of )car'H pre
miums not )ct due (full
reserve ehnrged In Lia
bilities), net 309.93-..S1
Premiums In course ot
transmission (full re
serve) 1 harmed in Lia
bilities), net 178.131.92
Total Assets December
31st. 1900 S27.378.S33.30
Reserve fund for all out
standing Policies In forco
December 31st. 1900. cal
culated on the assump
tion that thn Company's
Investments will earn In
terest at tho rate of Vk
per annum $21,023,30100
Additional Ileservo Kund
required to place tho
Com pan j on a 314
basis for nil outstanding
Ileservo 1'und for Hxtrn
Risks and Surrender Val
Unpaid Dividends of 1900
dun to Polk) holders ...
Ileservo I'lind for Divi
dends to I'ollc) holders:
I'ajalde In 1901
quent to 1901
tuio 882,301 82
Total Liabilities $25,855,2319
Surplus us regards Pollt)-
holders 1,523,302 25
Total Assets $27,378,533 30
From tho foregoing stntenicnt of
Assets there Is excluded (us Is usual
with Hits Compan)) every Item whldi
Is not admitted li the State Insurance
Depurtmnit, and n vei) eonserviitlvo
valuation Is put upon tho various Items
Manager, Hawaii in Islinds,
JuJd Building, Honolulu.
. . .TELEGRAPH
On and After the 2nd of March
messjges in plain language will be accept
ed foi transmission between the
places mentioned below :
K.t l.a.ai, Mulok.ii
M.iun.iki, I. anal; and
Die clnrce fur sikh nitssairo will be .it
the rate of 20 cents pcrword nf ijlette'S,
I minimum charge t, until further notice
When telephone cotineitlons are avail
I ible liifsiges may be InndeJ to the tele
phone cnmpinv to be forvv irded to destl
nitlons ctlier than tl o.e ni'iitlonej above.
In otli'r cibis pecldl messengers uny
be employe 1.
I lie cost of speJil delivery Is not In
'eluded In th clnrke at 20 cents ier word
I If tlie cost Is known It must be pildbv.
the sen.'er when tlie nies'igcls handed In
I If unknown, it must be pild by tlie aJ
drese w lien the mcssige is delivered.
.Honolulu Office, Magoon Block.
Oahu Sugar Cmiipan), Lid,
1 lit tifrklmnM nf thla ismpanv will H
I J t Ifam'irs Irun THtHltm,
MAti H b, t MOWrAY, AWtL Id,
II. A. IdlkNHftftU,
0' it " fiUttaTf -
I'M (JChAMt. S. S. GO'S S. S.
ai AMMA" II' te jue M HMtitf m
he zi. of Mat.h. v wlHUfwtthl
inJ ciblti MHirHcitM(imiVatvr1t
' ' San I'MMfscu on or abml the ftfttl
WM. (!. IHWIN eV CO . LTO ,
O.eanl. S. S. Co
Honolulu, Mirch 15, iiji y i.gfid
. iNoIicc lo liilcndiiig Passengers.
I TheS. S. "MAmitivA" Will leave this
port lor San I raticlsc" on Wedneaday. the
27th Init . at 1 p in
1 he S. S. 71 Al ANDlA" w HI also leave
1 for the port nf San I rantlvo on I hursJiy
1 the 2Sth Inst, at 13 n dcKk noon. The
latter vessel has been relitted and w III take
W fi. IRWIN.. CO.. LTD..
o0-4t tieneral Agenla, Oceanic S. S Co.
Election oV 0!iccr.
Al t lias Adjourned Annuil Meeting of the
stockhnlJrs of the INTI:R-ISLAS)
S Th AM N AVIG AT ION CO.. LTD.. helj
tilts dlV. the fnllnl Int. Ofttr.r in.1 fV..
rectors were dulv elected for the ensuing
J. Lna President
James I McLean v Ice-President
N. E. Gedge Treasurer
C. H. Clapp Secret uy
T. W. Hobron . .Auditor
niMMnrns. i.p.i n v wm,.
A. S. Wilcox, W. O. Smith. August
Ureier, H..M. Von Holt, J. M. Dowsett.
v n. iL.Ari',
Honolulu, March 25. nr. 1 707.2
McBryde Sugar Co., Lid.
At the Annual Meetlncr of the .Mellrvrfe
Sugar Comiunv. Limited, held at 10 a.m.
on the 33nd of March In the rooms of the
t-fiimber ot (commerce, the following
officers and directors were appointed, to
serve for the ensuing ear, l
President ..Mr. D. P. R. Isenberg
Vice-President Mr. li. F. Dillingham
Treasurer Mr. P. M. Swanzy
Secretary Mr. G. F. Davles
Auditor . . .Mr. T. R. Kevworth
I ...Mr. A.M.Mcliryde
. -Mr. Albert Wilcox
-Mr. R. W. r. Purvis
Mr. J. M. I.ydgate
GEORGE F. DAVIES,
ij-jt Secretary. Mclirvde Sugar Co . Ltd
AT A SPECIAL DIRECTORS' MEET-
ING of the Oceanic Gas and Electric Co.,
Ltd.. held Mirch 18, 1901, the following
resolutions were passed ;
1. All delinquent stockholders be unti
tled that If delinquent assessments are not
paid by the first day of April, 1001 , a suffi
cient amount of such stock shall be sold to
pay such assessment.
2. The remaining 50 per cent due on
the assessable stock of this rnmn.inc rv
called In monthly assessments of 10 per
cent each, beginning with April 15th next.
Said assessment to become delinquent at
the expiration of thirty days from date
called, and subject to sale at auction If not
paid within thirty diys after same becomes
delinquent, In accordance with the by-laws
of t lie company.
At. At. KUH.N,
1 7'17-lvv Secretary.
The Young Bros.
Are prepared to Take parties
to the Warship in Their
Speedy Gasoline Launches
RlngUpHLUI 331) or call at
1 he Boat 1-andiiig to make
Special Rates to ll.M.S. Warspite
Lying off tlie Harbor.
Saturday and Sunday
The Launches will make
RING- UP THE. .
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
,.18 FORT HTKEJTT
BUhlo 'Phono, 477
Hack Stand 'Phonos, S1U and 71.
C II HKI.I.1NA.
THE UNION EXPRESS CO.
Drays tor Frelijht
Our representative meets all Incomlnt
ttcamers from the Coist 'id we check
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wblle and Black Sand For Salt
Office with hvenlng Bulletin. 210 King
itreet. lei. 86.
HAWAII SHIMPO SUA
The Pioneer Japanese Printing uIIkc,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,',
Ih only Jatly Jarancia rarr ruMIl'ai
In ih ftrrltor) t II. u .
V. SOGA, I-ditor.
C. SHIOAWA, Proprietor
8ar Ldltorljl and Printing Office, near
King bridge King street P Q Box rj7.
Art IJmlirolilury Tiantiht.
Vessons In Altr HMBIlOlDnilY wUl
ci gl.-en by Mrs. II II. Williams at th
City Furniture Storo, Fort atxeoL
'."Irst Class stamping dons,
MRS. II. II. W1LUAME.